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charter services during the last strike. they are not saying how many operators would be available. or when they would be available. right now, they are in the early stages that could keep some of these trains going. keep in mind that they are only available at 10 train cars. this is still at the early stages. the board would still have to vote on this. and also dan kerman joins me tonight. we also talked about the unions that you have been speaking with. for >> reporter: absolutely. management is blowing smoke. not just putting management for the train cars but there's not enough management to work the stations or even trained to
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do such capacity. it is very unsafe. >> to have trains run and not only that is not certified is also responsible. >> it is not just take trained operators, it takes technicians, mechanics. and in terms of the trains what are they going to do? they do not have a plan. >> reporter: the unions say that they are certified annually. they say that it would take at least one week to get these management certified card hathese people have not been on trained cars for several years. they still think that management is blowing smoke they should be focusing on getting a contract agreement and not what they're going to do to keep these trains running the unions have emphasized that they want to
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meet but the management has not wanted to meet. regarding pension, salary and will not even speak about that until monday. also reporting live from the lake merritt bart station, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> a very dangerous situation this morning in downtown san francisco. an entire floor of a high rise was evacuated and several streets were closed after a window washing accident. take a closer look. there's the rig.no one was in it at this point. here's the cable that snapped. you see how the scaffold is precariously perched high above the ground. it was windy.flag blowing. and as kron four's terisa estacio reports, some people walking in the area were fearful the rig was going to come crashing down and hurt or kill someone. >> reporter: this started in
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this financial district in san francisco when a window washer was getting into this basket. of his cables, snapped. fire officials say that he was tethered and he was able to area. however, this was still dangling over the embarcadero. these construction workers were on the ground. >> it was crazy! they told us to get out from underneath. it was pretty wild. >> i was working underneath and i was told to just abandoned the work seeing. >> reporter: basically to just run! >> yes. >> reporter: these crews came in from dangling basket. >> it was not safe.
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>> reporter: floor of the embarcadero was evacuate it. but tonight floor was evacuated. it could have potentially snapped ah that w working on the 29th floor. and after that, the working crews for able to secure in it and thankfully, no injuries. state safety officials are going to launch an investigation. terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> pam: a scary sight for those on the ground in the area. these are the photos our viewers sent to us. now here is another angle which shows just how high up that rig is. these are the images of authorities closing off the area for safety reasons and you can see people being coralled away from the area. this is a story people are talking about on our website, facebook and twitter pages. you can stay connected with that story and many others
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just follow us on twitter for like kron 4's facebook page. --or 'like' us ..also - you can get breaking news alerts on the new kron4 app. >> this week, the california legislature passed a bill that would create a statewide earthquake detection system to send out warnings before a big quake hits kron 4's charles clifford is live in the newsroom with details. >> scientist predict that over the next 30 years there is a ninety-four percent chance that a magnitiude 7.0 or greater earthquake will strike in california. southern california is at the greatest risk. if governor brown approves this new legislation, the state will spend eighty million dollars building a system to detect earthquakes and send out warnings. when an earthquake hits, the first signs of trouble are what are called seismic p-waves travelling through the earth. p-waves generally don't cause any problems, but they are often followed by more destructive s-waves which can damage
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buildings, bridges and roadways. if approved by the governor, senate bill 135 would require the california office of emergency services and a variety of other agencies to develop a network of earthquake sensors across the state. those sensors would detect p-waves then the network would quickly send out warnings that s-waves are on the way. when completed, the system could provide people up a minutes worth of warning that an earthquake is coming. that may not sound like much, but it could be enough time to slow down trains, pull over cars, shut off utilities or take cover. a similar system already exists in japan. in march 2011 warnings were sent out to 52 million people prior to the 9.0 earthquake that stuck just off the coast. a test sensor network, called the california integrated seismic network, has been watching for earthquakes since 2001 but it's very limited and doesn't send out warnings to the general public. the new system would be a more robust version of that network. the governor has not said if he will approve the plan.
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he has until october 13th to act on the bill. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. sieger among the flash flooding -- >> catherine: the death toll is now for people this was in boulder county, colorado. four... people have been reported dead. this road was actually a road yesterday and 90 mi. of interstate-25. from denver, to cheyenne, wyoming. and high, fast- moving water with flood waters kaska heading down from the colorado river's with entire towns turned into swamps. you can see this home is badly damaged.
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thousands are being evaluated and eldorado springs, and you can see this road is eroded. and the university of boulder has canceled glasses. people are being asked to stay out of town and they have canceled -- class's out of the university of -- bolder. however, many people of not being able to be reached. in addition to the earthquake early warning >> pam: coming up. a historic boardwalk - gone. now that the smoke has cleared. ♪
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>> hopeful new developments tonight pointing to a diplomatic settlement of the syrian crisis. secretary of state john kerry says two days of geneva talks have been constructive. reports are the u=s has agreed to drop any threat of force from a planned u=n resolution on chemical weapons. the arab league delegate said agreement on chemical weapons could lead to a resumption of peace talks between the rebels and the assad government. the wall street journal reported today that the government has been dispersing its stocks of poison gas to as many as 50 sites to make them harder to find. and from somewhere in pakistan, al qaeda's leader
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how >> welcome back. it is friday. and many people are coming in and out of marin county. coastal clouds, with
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no surprise. plenty of sunshine, however, with mild and warm conditions. we are expecting some cooler conditions and also the possibility of some rain. first, temperatures are 60s in downtown san francisco. low 80s in concord. and san jose, good evening, 71 degrees. this is the satellite and radar with some possibility of showers. and thunderstorms the broader picture is is no major changes. we could bring some much cooler conditions and even the chance of rainfall coming up your kron 4 7 day around the bay temperatures on saturday, however, with great outdoor temperatures. 75 degrees in mountain view. heading over to the east bay
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temperatures are pretty nice and warm. 84 degrees in walnut creek. and livermore, the mid '80s for the north- bay. upper 70's in petaluma. 85 degrees and napa and here your kron 4 7 day around the bay temperatures are fairly consistent. check out friday, with much cooler conditions and also the possibility for some rainfall. we will keep you posted. coming up this fire at this starbucks.
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>> reporter: they believe that it started on the outside of this building. the investigators spent the day here to make sure that the hot spots were out. and they do not know what started this fire and they're also saying that there is probably not any cameras. and thank goodness, no fatalities, and there was a starbucks employee that saw the smoke and they notified the fire department. the fire damage is just a minimum. and there was a lot of water and smoke damage. it will be up to this city of san ramon for when these businesses will reopen. >> happening now, barry bonds with obstructionists' o justice was denied with
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obstruction-of justice. they found that the testimony that he gave to the grand jury in the year on 20 03 was evasive and he is facing 30 days o house arrest and toa year's probation. in two years -- probation. >> coming up the penalty to a green bay packer and against colin kaepernick and also, if you are tired of seeing this? also how you can block out miley cy-- cyrus.... how you are also to be able to do that as well. ...
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she's ok.but sounded furious.saying she wanted his name in order to press charges. the photographer is named carl wu.he's now facing charges including reckless driving.and riding a bike with no helmet. wu said tonight that 'it all looks bad - but an accident is an accident.' he says he's sorry it happened. >> are you tired of seeing miley cyrus' name every time you sign on the internet? now you don't have to if you use google's chrome browser. there's a new 'chrome extension' called "no cyrus" which automatically blocks any mention of the former hannah montana from showing up on your screen. instead you'll get hashtags wherever the name would otherwise appear. the app also blocks words like "twerk or twirking," "wrecking ball", and for the heck of it any references to the kardashians. unfortunately for some, "no cyrus" doesn't do anything about images. this is a story people are talking about on our website, facebook and twitter pages. you can stay connected with that story and many others just follow us on twitter for like kron 4's facebook
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rebuild once again. today firefighters are still pouring water on the debris. nothing but charred embers where block after block of businesses and homes once stood. >> caved-in buildings, no walls, no roofs. it just looks like a bomb went off. >> the fire went to eight alarms. 5=hundred firefighters from nearby communities. >> remember, a lot of these companies are volunteer companies, not paid companies no amount of water could stop the flames. >> "smoke was blowing down, we never thought that the building would burn. it started 8 blocks away, and it just rapidly went down, i never ever thought the building would burn from a fire that started that far away." in the end, it was a backhoe that saved the rest of the
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town. ripping up the boardwalk rebuilt after sandy. a cell phone camera captured fire. the starting point was apparentl a frozen yogurt shop. >> don't let her go in there! >> catherine: the cause of the fire, not determined. arson investigators and county prosecutors arrived on the scene today. governor chris christie says it's too early to draw conclusions. >> i know there are a lot of questions about how this fire started. we don't know yet and it would irresponsible for any of us to speculate. >> catherine: 80% of that portion of the boardwalk was destroyed. >> pam: happening now. a tropical storm headed towards mexico. right now acapulco is directly in it's path. annie hong is tracking the storm tonight. >> yes, we are watching tropical storm ingrid right near the yucatan peninsula. it is expected to move to the north but right now is
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stationary. the wind is sustained at 60 m.p.h., gusting at 70 mph there is, tropical storm ingrid you can see by later tonight that it is not going nearly anywhere. however, by tomorrow morning it could be going north impacting land and even by sunday morning. with a category 1 again by sunday morning. that is when it would make land fall. and the biggest concern with tropical storm ingrid is the heavy rainfall. with 10- 12 in., possible the impact will be 7-texas. they could get bands of rain fall. with a severe drought in that section but there could also be mudslides or flesh flooding flash-floodings. >> pam: a big weekend of bay
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area sports. and the n-f-l fines a player for going after the 49ers quarterback. grant is here to fill us in. >> yes. first, as you mentioned, people have been talking about this all week. the n f l has punished the green bay packers player. colin kaepernick was headed out of bounds. and you can see that he threw him into the ground. with a lot of extracurricular activities after this. there was even a brew ha- ha with a $15,000 fine from the n f l. clay mathews you can was talking about the week before about ruoghing up colin
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kaepernick. this next game from the seattle seahawks should be a pretty big one. also, excited for the raiders home opener is sunday at 1:25. pryor are going to be hosting the jacksonville drug wires. jacksonville jaguars might be the niners biggest regular season game of the year. the two quarterbacks have outcome? games. because of the quarterbacks? >> yes. and this is probably one of the biggest games of the week, make no mistake.
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from colin kaepernick, and the seattle seahawks. they said that the loser has to shave and eyebrow shape-off one of their eyebrows and of course this is a video game that they are promoting. ... i think that it was a tongue in cheek but it would be stunning if they actually shaved off one of their eyebrows but i think that it will be for russell wilson it might be kind of fun to see. >> pam: thank you. this is scott mcintosh he
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tried to teach his daughter a lesson in dressing properly. >> we have had plenty of arguments so it did not get me anywhere. so it was a bit more of a humorous route and she took it decent. it was me making a statement but >> it was a bit embarrassing. but he was able to handle it. >> catherine: and scott i'm not sure that the honesty is best. through his 19 year- old daughter. and he did not count on getting so much attention for these photographs. she posted these on our facebook fan page. >> a very expensive mistake from this united airlines
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is just $2.88. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >> pam: now for today's market update stocks are continuing their september rally. the dow jones industrial average closed out its best week since the month of january with a gain of 75 points to 15,376 today. the s&p rose 4 points to 1,687. and the nasdaq was up six points to 3,722. bay area home prices are dropping! that's according to a new report by dataquick. the median sales price for new and existing houses and condos last month was 540- thousand dollars. that's down by 22 thousand dollars from july. however overall, the median price was still up a whopping 32 percent from august 2012. >> catherine: united airlines has made a very expensive mistake -- allowing customers to buy really cheap tickets. some of them in fact were
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free. thursday, the airline listed fares for zero to ten dollars. word quickly spread and buyers were scooping up things like flights to hawaii - for five dollars. united spotted the mistake after a couple of hours -- and now says it ll honor those tickets. >> jet blue had a different kind of problem. a computer outage that was system-wide and delayed dozens of flights. part of the tech system that dispatches flights went down.delaying about a third of jet blue's flights by at least 90 minutes. flight schedules are slowly returning to normal.but there are still some problems. >> it's friday the 13th. a date that leaves the superstitious on edge. but today some passengers had an interesting flight. flight number 666 to hel! helsinki, finland that is! it was reportedly a running joke among the pilots, but it didn't deter them or passengers from making the trip. officials say the flight
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from copenhagen was almost full. clear skies were expected. and crews got just that. flight 666 to hel landed safely hours ago. on facebook we asked our viewers to share any superstitions they have on friday the 13th. and manuel said. ...only superstitious when it comes to the tsmichael said'! gotta get down on friday regardless if it's the 13th or not". and rick says "it's been a great day so far!!" well rick, glad to hear it we always want to hear what you have to say. "like" kron 4's facebook page and share your comments! >> pam: you can meet "the family" and see an "insidious" new chapter of a popular horror franchise in theaters friday. here's melisa raney with this week's now showing. >> friday the 13th is a good day for a horror movie.
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>> get everybody out! >> reporter: this is a sequel of a childhood secret that this haunting the lambert family. >> i do not think that they are done with us. >> reporter: this is rated pg-13. and old habits die hard 4 " and the family ". michelle pfeiffer and robert deniro are relocated to a tiny town and are not able to stay out of trouble. and the cia officer, tommy lee jones is trying to protect them. >> to to kill the plumber? (ny accent). it is rated r. if >> off with big changes when
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the long-term picture. however, we all do know about the the weekend you can see that it is a little bit slow through the golden gate bridge but mainly for the coastal locations. tomorrow, we should see that fog burn off with plenty of sunshine temperatures will be modeled and warm and similar to today. the extended forecast with temperatures will be mild -- her. and even our first significant rainfall event in the next seven days. delays at s f o on arrivals with 1.5 hours, average because of the fog. temperatures are in the 80s in livermore, a bit cooler in pleasanton, 60s. downtown
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san francisco, los 60s. the satellite and radar. with the sierras and the lake tahoe looking at showers. we should be storm-free for the weekend. this area is well off into the pacific and it will make its way towards friday. still, however, several days away but some chances of widespread rainfall. just keep in modest there is the possibility of changes. and here is the fog tracker 4. once again, through tonight and tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. if you are sleeping late? however, early saturday morning there could be fog with clouds..... 66 degrees
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tomorrow with low 70's for san mateo. 60s along the coast in half moon bay. temperatures are going to be comfortable, similar with upper 70's for san jose and '80s. 78 in cupertino and low 80s in campbell and los gatos. for that east bay also decent. and low 70's and oakland 69 degrees in hayward. it should be warm but no hot temperatures. '70s and the north bay, with
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85 degrees, napa. your kron 4 7 day around the bay still, for the next several days not a lot of changes. a bit warmer, cooler but check out friday. we are looking at cooler conditions and also the chance for widespread rain fall we will keep you posted. >> pam: a warning for transfer >> this is a warning for parents, that children are doing this. this is a store
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that you will only see on kron 4 news. justin waldman. this is a story that you will only see on kron 4 news. >> they crouched down, breathe deep, and only breed on thei thumbs only -- prefec breathe on their thumbs. and the children were playing this thrill game and the school sent out a warning to parents. they do not want to see their children doing this since they saw this video and they have heard the warning from the school district. hi
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>> just to see how long you can hold your breath seems dangerous. we are going to encourage our children not to do that. >> the school says that the staff is fully aware of this dangerous game and if they see any students doing this they will act, immediately. justin waldman, kron 4 news. . there are so many things that we do on a daily basis.
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>> pam: first lady michelle obama is on a mission to make american's healthier. she's now encouraging all of us to drink more water, just one extra glass a day. but some experts are saying she's over-selling the benefits of h-2-o. elizabeth cohen reports. >> reporter: first lady michelle obama launches a new, seemingly innocuous public health campaign. >> "you're gonna drink something. and what you drink is up to you." >> reporter: she wants you to drink more water. >> "drink just one more glass of water a day and you can make a real difference for your health, for your energy and the way that you feel." >> reporter: advice she says that's worked wonders for her family. >> "the more water we drank the better we felt." >> reporter: but that advice has caused a splash of controversy. among some experts who say the first lady is just plain wrong: they say most americans are sufficiently hydrated, and so an extra glass of water isn't going to increase your energy, or make you feel better. >> "there's no good evidence that drinking extra water is going to lead to a healthier existence." >> reporter: another claim from the first lady that's all wet, according to the experts we talked to. >> "drinking more water helps you have more energy to do more, longer and with better focus." >> reporter: the experts say extra water won't do any of those things. >> "they decided to sort of support some of these urban myths that have really been debunked over the years." >> reporter: they do applaud
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the first lady's initiatives on diet and exercise. >> "the first lady's health campaign is based on a lot of science. the claims about extra water itself leading to extra health benefits, that's a bit overstated." >> reporter: the bottom line is: of course you should stay hydrated, and water is better than soda, but don't think that just one extra glassis going to change your life. >> we are tracking bay area weather for your weekend. however, big changes. the kron 4 news will continue... unbelievable. shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet.
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>> pam: coming up just four weeks away from another possible bart strike. and also, this robber that jumps the counter at a 711. .
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> tonight at six we are very far apart. we are very concerned bart management says if the strike resumes it is likely to be a long one. and they unveil a plan to keep trains running. that the unions call unsafe. the bay area is only 28 days away from another possible strike by bart workers. tonight. we're beginning to learn about a plan by bart management to keep some trains running. kron-4's j-r stone is live at the lake merritt bart station with our top story. j-r - what have you learned? >> reporter: the train service could be very limited, with even a skeletal levels of work forces. >> we are working to make a public statement about the
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possibility of the public strike and the possible duration of the strike. >> reporter: right now, they are fearing that this could last for several weeks. they have 200 managers that are not part of the unions. some of them have prior experience on trains. they will first focus on a trans- based service extremely limited like the bart charter services were used during the last strike. >> the would not say how many operators will be available or if they would the available right away. we are still in the early stages. and there would still have to vote on this. dan kerman you have been speaking to the unions and i can only imagine their response. >> reporter: the thing that
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management is blowing smoke. not only are they saying that there is not enough management but who was one to help prepare or service these trains? it is simply irresponsible or not safe. if they do not have enough training. houg we have the 16th week. and they have to undergo an additional 90 days of probation to make sure that we are properly certified. it is absolutely irresponsible to train managers that they some were trained operators in the past. we are held at these standards and yet, they are going to say that the managers are going to not be held to these safety standards? what about the electricians, and the rail
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inspectors, among others. >> reporter: there is not enough management to go a round. to do all of the functions they do not want to sto a strike and they should be focusing on contract negotiations and less on it management training to drive the strains. the deadline for the 60 day cooling will expire on october 10th at the to not expect that there is going to be a strike on october 11th but they are still, very far apart. with pensions, celery, and they have not spoken over 30 days. with pensions or -- salary requirements discussions. dan kerman, kron 4. service would be extrememly
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>> pam: flash flooding in colorado is still a huge problem tonight. after what is been described as a quote - "biblical" amount of rain. there ha's been so much damage -- it could be days or even weeks before there's an estimate. catherine heenan is here with the latest. catherine? >> catherine: there's been more rain. there are ongoing evacuations. people are still unaccounted for. and the death toll from colorado's flooding is now up to four. >> this is friday the 13th and you can see what is left of topaz drive. >> catherine: the flooding has taken a huge toll on roads and highways. this is an aerial view from boulder county.where a road has completely washed away. coffee-colored torrents of water have been cascading down from the rockies. transforming creeks and rivers. and eating away at homes, roads.businesses. the national guard is on the scene. trying to reach hundreds of people still stranded. one of the missing.an 80- year-old man who started to evacuate. and then for reasons his daughter doesn't understand.apparently went back inside his home. >> perhaps he decided that
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it was not quite time to go so we have not heard from him since about 2:30 a.m. >> catherine: authorities have been pleading with people to be safe and stay away. people are in shock - but at the same time fascinated by the dramatic scenes of flooding. >> if you get here you might not get out most roads are closed. >> catherine: experts say this isn't just fast-moving water. it's almost like liquid cement.with tons of debris. the national guard says it's helped to evacuated hundreds of people. and friday, added helicopter flights to the ongoing search and rescue efforts. one of the spots that national guard troops were able to reach today -- the town of lyons - one of the small towns isolated by flooding. people were left without power and telephone service. tonight troops are still working to reach hundreds more stranded residents. stay with kron-4 for the latest information on the flooding. you can log onto our
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website -- kron-4 dot com. or check our facebook and twitter pages. you can also download the kron-4 mobile app. >> there is no flooding to talk about with this beautiful shot, blue skies. san francisco, 61. san jose, 68. we do have delays at s f o and nearly 1.5 hours because of that fog. and clouds, all along the coast. with mild/warm conditions and temperatures are going to be generally mild. 70's for the bay and we have big changes. the potential for some widespread rainfall and much cooler temperatures. >> pam: still ahead. an eight- alarm fire leaves a path of destruction in its wake along the jersey
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shore. why investigators now consider it suspicious. >> pam: barry bonds may be out of baseball, but he is back in a courtroom. why he could be sitting at home for while. >> some kids' games can be fun. others - not so much. why bay area schools are warning parents about one game that could render your child unconscious. that's all coming up on the kron-4 news at six o'clock.
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>> catherine: in other national news. fire tore through a business district in winona, minnesota today. the fire began in a building that houses an islamic center and then spread through the block. you can see the tops of some buildings are badly damaged.. crews had to quickly close off several blocks in the area so firefighters could reach hydrants. as bad as this looks -- there were no reports of injuries. >> the c-d-c has confirmed that a rare brain eating amoeba has found its way into the water system of a louisiana parish. this comes just one week after health officials said a little boy died from the amoeba. now they say there are traces in the saint bernard parish water supply. the amoeba can not be passed by drinking the water. but people are understandably upset. and want the problem cleared up. >> "i hope that the parish
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will come together and do something about it. not just for us at home, but for the businesses in the area because i do use water for my clients, shampooing, facials." >> catherine: health officials say the water is ok to use. but they're telling people to be cautious until all the testing has been wrapped up. >> pam: truckers have a difficult job. but our stanley roberts will show you why you don't want to get stuck behind some of them. on the next edition of people behaving badly. >> and we'll take a look at the aftermath of the boardwalk fire along the jersey shore. that's next. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week.
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>> the california legislature has passed a bill that would create a statewide earthquake early detection system. a network of sensors would detect earthquakes before they hit. and send warnings out to the public. the system could give people up to a minute of advance warning before a big quake. and that could be enough
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time to slow down trains, stop cars, turn off utilities or take cover. the entire system would cost about 80- million dollars. the governor has until october 13th to approve the plan. >> pam: catherine? >> catherine: people in new jersey are still in shock. nearly a year after super- storm sandy battered its iconic seaside boardwalk, a huge fire yesterday - destroyed much of it again. 30 businesses are gone -- undoing most of the rebuilding work after sandy last october. kathryn brown reports. >> it's piles of just char and debris. caved in buildings, no walls no roofs. it just looks like a bomb went off. >> reporter: summer came to a sad and screeching halt in seaside park. as an enormous fire engulfed 4 blocks of boardwalk. from stockton to lincoln avenues, swallowing dozens of businesses. >> you hear one explosion after another as gas lines blow as stuff exploded as grease exploded and the smoke was so thick and so black.
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>> reporter: about 500 firefighters from around the state raced to the shore as it went up in flames. for 9 fierce hours, gusty winds blew embers out of control. flames jumped entire city blocks. the only way to control it -- was to destroy the newly built boardwalk. >> we had to go through it with our trench cuts and ruin a few sections of brand new boardwalk but we had to do what we had to do. >> that was the decisive moment, that's where we decided to put resources and make our stand. if it had gotten by us at lincoln avenue there's no telling where it would have stopped, and so that's the ingenuity and bravery of the firefighters. >> reporter: crews worked tirelessly through the night -- to bring the fire under control and keep hot spots at bay. a challenging job -- as burning stacks of rubble became trapped beneath collapsed buildings. >> i'm just standing there in disbelief like come on we went through sandy how can we go through this? we can't even come up for air. >> reporter: this was supposed to be seaside's
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rebound summer. a time to reap the benefits of a winter spent rebuilding after superstorm sandy. but no one bet on this disaster. and now once again -- residents here are echoing what they thought they would never have to say again. >> go through the damage and do it all over again. but we're not gonna give up. >> we're jersey tough we're jersey proud we're jersey strong. >> continuing our team coverage on the fire. side-by-side images of before and after. on the left, the iconic appear in seaside heights. on the left, you can see and on the right, after the fire. this google earth image was taken
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likely sometime this spring. the boardwalk was still under construction.. it is very sad to think about what have already gone through. meanwhile, arsonists are being investigated the possibility of arson. >> we are tracking your forecast on this friday. this live look through van ness and you can see 60
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degrees in downtown san francisco, 68 in san jose. 65 degrees in pleasanton. oakland, 63. novado, upper 60s for this hour. the satellite and radar with quiet weather but check out the sierras. you are going to encounter the possibility of some showers and isolated. however, no chances for tomorrow. check it out the area of low pressure. across the this is expected to bring her widespread rainfall to washington, oregon and northern california. it looks like the north bay has the best chance for showers
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on friday. just shensi sunshine-42 mar with milpitas -- for tomorrow-- for the north bay, 77 degrees. a great day for winetasting. your kron 4 7 day around the bay not a lot of changes for the next several days but that is our storm system on friday. the possibility of some rainfall. and you do not have to cancel your outdoor plans, just yet. >> pam: still to come. we're less than a month away
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yun you where the robbery took place.and has more of that surveillance video.that you >> reporter: it happened when the lone-store-clerk at this 7-11 on valley avenue in pleasaton walked into the cooler to re stock the shelvesat around 1:45 am friday morningthat is when a robbery suspect who you see here enters the storetried locking the 7-11 employee inside coolerthen scales the front counter.breaks into this cash registerpleasanton police say the 7-11 employee briefly confronts the thief before he makes his escape on footbut not before sureveillance cameras records the incidenthere you see pleasanton police investigators one of them leaving the store with the surveillance disc in his hand the suspect is described as a heavy set hispanic male weighing about 220lbs5-6 to 5-7 inches tallwearing a black mask, gloves, white t-shirt, tan shorts and white athletic shoespleasanton police say no weapon was used during the robbery in pleasanton haaziq madyun kron 4 news
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>> coming up they are looking for people on the road. the c h p commercial enforcement unit. in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> barry bonds back in court. he could be very familiar with the nuances of his home. >> these are your highs for today. 80s for concord, livermore. below-average in other areas. more details on your big changes
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this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now.
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>> barry bonds - back in a courtroom today - for the ruling on his appeal of an obstruction of justice charge. grant lodes is live in the studio with more. grant? >> today the court upheld his conviction, meaning bonds could be stuck in his house for a while. a federal appeals court gave to a grand jury in 2003 was in fact "evasive" and that it hindered the investigation into the use of performance-enhancing drugs. bonds is facing 30 days of house arrest and two years probation >> pam: a 22-year old belmont man was arrested on suspicion of stabbing a man outside a bar, in the cow hollow neighborhood of san francisco back on august 4th. joseph huelbig - the man you see here - was arrested last saturday. police say, he and the victim left a bar around 1 a-m. an argument started, and ended with huelbig reportedly stabbing the victim. he is now charged with several felonies, including attempted murder and aggravated assault. >> while bart -- in the short term -- is dealing with another possible strike by workers. management is still looking ahead to the long term. the agency is preparing an environmental impact
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report. on a possible extension to livermore. the extension would go from dublin to pleasanton. within the interstate 580 median. to the interchange at isabel avenue in livermore. last november, alameda county voters failed to pass measure b, which would have funded the project. at yesterday's board meeting, some people appealed to the bart board of directors. to go ahead with the project anyway. no word yet on when the report will be completed. >> pam: it is called 'the pass-out game' and kids are playing the dangerous game here in the bay area. this video from youtube shows us how kids do it. they try to make themseleves pass out by blowing on their thumbs until they faint. apparently, the young people say they have weird dreams when they pass out. but experts say, they can really hurt themseleves in the process. in novato, at sin-a-low-ah middle school, some students were caught playing the game on campus. so a letter went out warning parents. now.it is hoped, family members will talk to their
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teens about the consequences >> i do not know where people think of these things. >> i think that it is ridiculous. basketball, there are other things that do not require these dangers. >> pam: none of the young people got hurt playing the game in novato. and the school wants to keep it that way. if kids are caught taking part in the "pass out game" the staff will act immediately. >> again. in the short term bart is dealing with a possible strike. hundreds of thousands of riders could be stranded. if workers decide to go back out to the picket lines. and that could happen october 11th. but today management says it has a plan. kron-4's j-r stone has more. >> in oakland they are preparing for what could be another bart strike. the possibility of using it management workers to operate trains. as of now it
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has not been voted on with 28 days could be another bart strike. >> it is both irresponsible and reckless to put management who have no training behind the wheel of a train. even if it does happen they are going to consider what would happen with maintenance. they say that bart management should focus on how they are going to get a contract agreement with the unions. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> reporter: the california legislature passed a statewide earthquake detection network. costing about $80 million with the censors all our round california that are able to detect earthquakes. with at least a one-minute warning. that would be at least enough time to power down
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trains and electrical power plants. >> reporter: at this 7- eleven, this suspect that an overnight robberies is captured on surveillance. >> he is a heavy set a hispanic male wearing a black or dark colored max, with a white colored t- shirt, and a dark colored mask --. if somebody recognizes them to call the police department. >> haaziq madyun, kron 4 news. >> reporter: take a look at this window washing a basket is okay. right now but take a look it is video. you can see how it was just and dangling by just one cable. this was when this was around 7:00 a.m.. he was
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able to get safe and back onto the building it took several hours the baskets were secured. thankfully, no injuries. iterisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> happy friday.... 61 degrees in san francisco. fairfield, 57 the same in san ramon. some of these delays for the low visibility at s f o for flights are ridin the arriving
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screen. if you have any plans to go out to lake tahoe? or, like merit, it is going to be fine. we will take a look at your weekend forecast with no major changes. cooler, coming up. >> pam: colin kaepernick and the 49ers prepare for the seahawks in the big n-f-c west showdown. gary will analyze the matchup later in sports. >> truckers have a hard job. but some of them still don't follow the rules. our stanley roberts shows you how some of them are people behaving badly -- >> this iconic bay area from the past with a new look.
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(male announcer) now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> get you boy here to stop, you are gonna need to wear your glasses while driving this truck driver has a few problems since you have them with you i'm just going to give you a warning >> stanley: one of them appears to be the camera >> can i get your business card >> stanley: he was just cited by officer lie mer for expired registration and one of the rear brakes not working properly but he wasn't the only one, in a effort to keep the road safe the chp conducts random truck inspections they simply flag over a truck driver and give the truck a one over they check the lights they check the steering they check the tires they check the brakes any other possible violations if there's anything wrong one of many things could happen the truck could be taken out of service whicm means
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the it will have to stay or towed until the problem is corrected the driver could be taken out of service meaning someone has to pick up the truck in the case of this inspection no truck was taken out of service but some were issued fix it tickets which means they owner of the truck needs to get it fix within 30 days some things can be fix on the spot like removing these shovels and unsecured containers >> that's the kind of thing that could fall off it truck and it someones car >> stanley: like the dirt that is caked on this backhoe if it flies to out windhsields even worse what could happen to motorcyclist if they get hit in the face, the driver is instructed to clean it off >> back to the driver in the beginning he is required by law to wear prescription glasses, he wasn't since he was carrying the glasses he was permitted to drive away in brisbane stanley roberts
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kron 4 news >> pam: in sports. gary is joined by his lovely wipe alicia as they respond to your comments and questions in. and punishment comes down on clay mathews for his late hit on colin kaepernick last sunday. but was it enough? gary has that story and all the sports. next
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>> let us get right to it. 417 yards, for colin kaepernick. however, russell wilson seattle is a three-
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point favorite. >> we are seeing a time when there is just a lot of good quarterbacks coming into the league. they know their job, and with good establishment. and they are ready to go. >> ultimately, he does a great job and he is a good job, and a good football player. >> gary: perhaps if you are tired of hearing about it the big stars, we are talking about pam, the second and third strings are tweeting. however, the big players are dodging questions, sir is going to be a huge game. clay matthews, who put that dirty hit with a fine of $15,000
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for clay matthews for knocking down, and kaepernick after he was already out about it. from the jets this could be one of the times were the raiders are favored. it could be one of the only times when he will be replaced with chad. jacksonville, however are struggling this season. but i think that he is a solid quarterback. and they could see a side of him that they have not seen before. we are going to have to deal with new moves. >> gary: i will admit that perhaps i do not know. that
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they had extended their raiders deal however, let me find out for you see if the raiders are televised. >> could i hear some enthusiasm? lalawis on television breaking used to we have a banner for the act! as we have breaking news that the raiders will be on television. california and ohio state to that is the big game. they are the fourth ranked, with memorial stadium. this is one of
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those deals when you look at cal the last time it they hooked up. he gained a touchdown and what he think you think that bigelow concluded it again? >> they have been preparing him you will have a chance to compete against a good football team. >> sonny dykes and also trying to really put some distance between himself and the texas rangers 5-2. it is no six-to thank you, kevin for the update that is cespides with 6-2. if this
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score could hold up? and let us take a quick break. there are too quick stories. with an update on a 6-2. we are breaking news obligation to. >> gary: he is spicy tonight! [laughter] >> from now on i want you to look at 8 da lin and looked at me-as an da lin and i know that we will have a great news with e-mail time. >> looked at me as a
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journalist. >> breaking news is coming up first and marriage, second, [laughter] unbelievable. shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet.
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>> here she is, off >> the giants fan, do you think that they could keep both? >> he is probably going to command at least $60 s. i do not know but i think that the one that died that day are going to probably sign
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is underpants. inland ronald you ought to be ashamed of yourself getting excited about that kid? >> paid no attention. i hate the fact that we're keeping to bring up money but $41 million. he promotes his own fight and takes care of everybody. but to call somebody a hoodlum when you do not even know them. for and also jeff says that too much time with broadcasters are criticizing the referees and umpires.
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>> particularly baseball killing. and they are having a discussion about this, i agree. >> it seems that all you care about the athletes on top what about the features of the other teams. >> i will admit that i am a sucker for stars. when you go to the movies there is a plenty of good action t scenes. and i do not think that i am in a minority. >> bring them and! >> and you are missing a lot of fun by not playing fantasy football.
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>> pam: see you at 8
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